2017 Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year D'Marcus Simonds joins Spielin' & Dealin' to review his first season on campus at Georgia State. Simonds was a GHSA standout while at Buford and Gainesville. He graduated from Gainesville in 2016 and originally committed to play at Mississippi State as a 4-star recruit before reopening his recruitment.
On May 16, the GHSA Executive Committee elected to table talks of a harsh "50%" transfer rule. Henry County athletic director Curt Miller, Fulton County athletic director Steven Craft and Grayson High School head coach Geoffrey Pierce join the episode to share their thoughts.
South Forsyth's Evan Cole committed to Georgia Tech this Tuesday. Kyle Sandy catches up with the All-State power forward on his decision to stay in state after originally committing to UNC-Wilmington.
We update the Coaching Carousel. 1-on-1 is back with new Tift County head coach Chris Wade.
Kyle Sandy catches up with some GHSA standouts at the IndiHoops Tip-Off Classic including Georgia's top 2019 prospect Isaac Okoro. The episode closes with an exclusive interview with Furman University's Jordan Lyons. McIntosh High School's all-time leading scorer talks about the transition from high school to college.
We break down the important By-Law changes from April 10th's GHSA Executive Meeting & update the Coaching Carousel.
AllMetroHoops.com's Jarrod Lindsay joins the podcast to preview March 26's Underclassman All-American Game held at Wheeler High School.
Stegeman Coliseum & McCamish Pavilion were the perfect hosts to an incredible season ending week of GHSA basketball as 16 state champions were crowned. Kyle Sandy finished 13-3 on his state championship picks, losing his three games by a combined 7 points. Recaps of each championship game are included with special soundbytes from state champs: Clarence Jackson (Wilco), Alex Jones (Buford), Greg Blythe (Pace Academy), Rory Welsh (Langston Hughes), Larry Thompson (Greenforest), Tye Fagan (Upson-Lee), state runner-up Aaron Parr (St. Pius), Devonta Pullins (South Atlanta) and PJ Horne (Tift County).
It has been over four months since the 2016-17 season tipped off and the GHSA state championships are finally here! The action begins on Wednesday and Thursday at Stegeman Coliseum (UGA) before shifting over to McCamish Pavilion (GT) on Friday and Saturday. Kyle Sandy previews all 16 state title games and gives his predictions on the biggest games of the season.
After a wild week of "upsets" the GHSA boys Final Four is set. Some teams rose to the occasion while others wilted. Here's a game-by-game preview of every Final Four matchup this Saturday.